NorthJersey.com: MetLife Stadium has a new CEO.
iStockAnalyst.com: NFL alumni and MetLife team up to reveal the Snoopy Statue.
Jets Insider: Golden Snoopy in hand, Rex Ryan eyes the Giants' hardware.
Jenny Vrentas: Ryan says that the Jets will have a top-five defense.
Steve Serby: Eavesdropping on a chat between Rex and Tom Coughlin.
Jeff Freier: The 1976 Jets attempted to juggle two quarterbacks.
Kimberley A. Martin: The quarterbacks struggled, Stephen Hill returned and Jordan White impressed.
Manish Mehta: Santonio Holmes could miss the remainder of the preseason.
Brian Costello: Sione Pouha may sit until the season opener.
Randy Lange: Pouha says there is no doubt that he'll be back for Buffalo.
Lisa Zimmerman: Bryan Thomas is back in action.
Kimberley A. Martin: Calvin Pace is now a Wildcat convert.
Seth Walder: Bart Scott goes on the offensive about Gang Green's defense.
Dave Caldwell: Bart remains the Mad Backer coming off a tough year.
John Holt: Nick Bellore will step in where and when needed.
Jenny Vrentas: When Rex rang the doorbell, Yeremiah Bell was convinced to sign with his former rival.
Eric Allen: Dennis Thurman likes the range of Bell and LaRon Landry.
Kristian Dyer: The Jets are thin at safety with Eric Smith injured.
Michael Salfino: Antonio Cromartie and Darrelle Revis are statistically one of the top cornerback tandems in recent NFL history.
Daily News: Scott and Revis want Mark Sanchez to step up to the big time.
Yahoo!: The Jets sign journeyman CB LeQuan Lewis.
ESPN New York: The Jets are interested in Olympian sprinter Jeff Demps.
Rich Cimini: Three things we learned yesterday.
Jenny Vrentas: The Jets practice the Wildcat on the final day of camp in Cortland.
James Walker: Bill Belichick is getting ready for Tim Tebow and the Wildcat.
New York Times: Giants top pick David Wilson shows grit and speed. Does that mean he has greed?
Associated Press: The Super Bowl champs take a back seat in New York.
USA Today: Fans still get ripped off by the preseason.
Deadspin: Not content with ruining NFL jerseys, now Nike wants to take over game balls, too.